Comparison of World Views, Their Significance in University Studies, and the Integration of Faith and Learning

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& CRC 378.199 Op2

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& 211.6 B58

Bloom, A.  The Closing of the American Mind.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1987.  & 973.92 B62

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DeJong, A.J.  Reclaiming A Mission:  New Direction for the Church-Related College.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 1990. & 378.73 D63

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Gangel, K. O. "Christian Higher Education and Contemporary Culture: Isolation or Penetration." Bibliotheca Sacra 135 (1978): 291-302. &

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______. "Foundations for the Christian College: From Harvard to HEW." Bibliotheca Sacra 135 (1978): 3-15. &

______. "Thinking Like a Christian: An Evangelical Analysis of Rationality." Christian Education Journal 8 (1987): 61-72. &

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Gleason, P.  Contending With Modernity:  Catholic Higher Education in the Twentieth Century.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1995.

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Greidanus, Sidney. "The Use of the Bible in Christian Scholarship." Christian Scholars Review  11.2 (1982): 138-47. &

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Habermas, J.  Toward a Rational Society:  Student Protest, Science and Politics.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1968. 

Hasker, William. "Faith-Learning Integration: An Overview." Christian Scholars Review  21.3 (1992): 234-48. &

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Harbison, E. Harris. The Christian Scholar in the Age of the Reformation. New York: Scribner, 1956; reprint, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1983. & 270.6 H21

Hatch, Nathan O. "Evangelical Colleges and the Challenge of Christian Thinking," Reformed Journal 35.9 (1985): 10-18.

Hauerwas, S. "How Christian Universities Contribute to the Corruption of Youth: Church and University in a Confused Age." Faculty Dialogue 6 (1986): 77-96. &

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______. "The Crisis of Modern Learning." This World 7 (1984): 95-105.  &

Hermann, Ken. University Study in Christian Perspective. Toronto: Association for the Advancement of Christian Scholarship, 1979.

Higgs, P. "Biblical Studies: Its Formative Value in the Education of the Adolescent." Scriptura 13 (1984): 45-55.

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Hodges, Bert H. "Faith-learning Integration: Appreciating the Integrity of a Shop-worn Phrase." Faculty Dialogue 22 (1994): 95-106. &

Hoge, D.R.  Commitment on Campus:  Changes in Religion and Values over Five Decades.  Philadelphia:  Westminster Press, 1974. 

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______. "The Christian Intellectual Community and the Challenge of Secularism." Faculty Dialogue 6 (1986): 53-63. &

______. The Idea of a Christian College. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1975.

& 377.8 H73 (Library owns the 1987 ed.)

______, ed. The Making of a Christian Mind: A Christian Worldview and the Academic Enterprise. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1985.

& 261.8 H73

______. "Reintegrating Faith and Learning: The Biblical Mandate." Perspectives  (Washington, D. C.: Christian College Coalition, May 1993): 1-4.

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Lakeland, Paul. "Preserving the Lifeworld, Restoring the Public Sphere, Renewing Higher Education." Cross Currents 43 (1993-94): 488-502.

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Malik, Charles. A Christian Critique of the University. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1982. & 377.1 M29  (Library owns the 2nd ed.)

Marsden, George. The Soul of the American University. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. & 378.73 M35

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Marsden, G.M. and B.J. Lonfield, eds.  The Secularization of the Academy.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1992. 

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Marty, Myron A. "Saving the Soul of Higher Education." Christian Century 104 (1987): 659-662.  &

Masoner, D. J. "The Current Climate and a Charge to Renew American Higher Education." Faculty Dialogue 12 (1989): 41-47. &

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Meyers, M.K. , L.O. Richards, and R. Webber.  Reshaping Evangelical Higher Education.  Grand Rapids:  Zondervan Publishing House, 1972. & 377.8 M45

Migliazzo, Arlin C. "The Challenge of Educational Wholeness: Linking Beliefs, Values and Academics." Faculty Dialogue 19 (1993): 43-63. &

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______. "So What?" Faculty Dialogue 6 (1986): 1-7. &

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& 370.114 W83

______.  Reason within the Bounds of Religion. 2d ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1984. & 215 W831 (Library owns the 1st ed.)

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